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Texas Christian University students aren't just kind and generous - they're responsibly kind and generous. Students enrolled in the Nature of Giving class in the John V. Roach Honors College at Texas Christian University have the opportunity to donate $100,000 to nonprofit organizations of their choice - once they all agree on where their money is best spent.
The students, who struggle between the best emotional and fiscal decisions, conduct independent research to determine the best organizations to receive their money. Want to learn more about their methodologies and how they are faring? Read more...
Misericordia University doesn't just offer your run-of-the mill comic book class. We've all heard about classes on The Simpsons or graphic arts, but these two professors take comic book studies to a new level.
Allan Austin and Patrick Hamilton teach "Race and Graphic Narrative in the Postwar United States," a combined English and history course that explores race relations through the lens of comic books. The innovative course combines popular culture and sociology, and is a hit with Misericordia students across disciplines. Want to know more about their course and why its so successful? Read more...
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